“Tropical Sunset” is one of my favorite James Coleman originals. At the time I added it to my collection almost 20 years ago it was one of the few pastels he had done. Looking forward to visiting the James Coleman Gallery Key West this week!
A street scene in Montmartre, Paris, 1950s. Photo by Robert Capa.
Can you hear the ocean? Originally these Galapagos island animals were illustrated for the awesome non-profit Phylo Games for their Darwin deck of playing cards.
Now they are also available to you as an art prints here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/193280227/galapagos-sea-life-art-print-deal?ref=shop_home_active_1
The job is what you do when you are told what to do. The job is showing up at the factory, following instructions, meeting spec, and being managed.
Someone can always do your job a little better or faster or cheaper than you can. The job might be difficult, it might require skill, but it’s a job.
Your art is what you do when no one can tell you exactly how to do it. Your art is the act of taking personal responsibility, challenging the status quo, and changing people.
Johnny Cash in 1968, near the Arkansas farm where he grew up. Going to Memphis, no doubt. From photos by Joel Baldwin for the Look magazine assignment “The Restless Ballad of Johnny Cash.” View full size.
Journey ends… by estellien9